Help Us Build a Better Future For Children
Every day the construction industry is building, expanding and creating. KIDstruction Week is an opportunity for the North Texas regional architectural, engineering and construction industries to join together to build strong tomorrows for kids by supporting the Children’s Health mission to make life better for children.
Your generosity during KIDstruction Week in March allows Children’s Health to build, expand and create programs that help hundreds of thousands of children every year.
About KIDstruction Week
Participating companies offer their employees the opportunity to contribute $1, or more, via payroll deduction for every hour worked during Children’s Health KIDstruction Week in March. Exact dates will vary from company to company, but we encourage you to choose your company’s first full payroll week in March.
You may also choose to match your employees’ gifts at a percentage of your choosing, or make a lump sum donation to demonstrate your company’s commitment to the cause.
Your involvement makes a difference
In 2019, funds raised during KIDstruction Week will benefit essential Patient and Family Support Services such as social work, pastoral care, special therapies like pet, music and art therapies as well as other programs. These programs are not covered by insurance yet are proven to produce superior patient outcomes when combined with exceptional medical care.
Join our crew
Enrollment is underway. Complete the Company Registration Form and choose a foreman to lead your company’s campaign during one week, of your choosing, in March.
New This Year
Help build a stronger tomorrow for children while enjoying some friendly competition at our inaugural KIDstruction Week LEGO build event. Teams constructed of employees and Children’s HealthSM patients and their families will race against the clock to build a LEGO creation inspired by a secret theme. 100% of funds raised will benefit Patient and Family Support Services at Children’s Health. Teams are constructed of employees matched with Children’s Health patients and families. With one and a half hours to plan and build your structure inspired by the secret theme, awards will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place at event conclusion. For more information, view the LEGO Building Competition flier here.